Considering he's one of the highest-paid athletes in the world, Tiger Woods might want to look into getting a stylist. Sure, he stays looking fresh while on the green thanks to endorsement deals from Nike, Tag Heuer, and other brands, but on Sunday, Woods was spotted wearing a terrible version of dad jeans at an Oakland Raiders game.
And regrettably for Woods, we can't chalk this unfortunate style of denim up to a one-time lapse in judgment either. It seems he has a penchant for #NTDenim, as he was seen in a comparable pair just the other day when he was out scouting one of the courses he's currently designing in the Houston area.
"Dad jeans" have been a hot topic of conversation in the fashion community for some time now, and a polarizing topic at that. Last summer, the New York Times declared they were making a comeback, before GQ shot back a few days later by saying they most absolutely were not. Acne, A.P.C., and even Supreme have released versions of the lighter-wash, fuller-cut pants that are a direct response to anything low-slung or drop-crotch. President Barack Obama is also known to be fan.
And while we don't expect one of the most successful golfers of all time to take our fashion advice, we can't help but think a more refined, slimmer-cut style would be a winning look for Woods. Just saying that it is possible to rock dad jeans that aren't simultaneously #NTDenim.